Skip to comments.UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor David Feinberg Made $1 Million This Year
Posted on 01/24/2011 10:38:30 PM PST by Nachum
Isn't it fun to watch fat cats get fatter? On top of his $739,695 base salary, UCLA administrator David Feinberg -- who serves as both associate vice chancellor and CEO of the university's hospital system -- received a $218,728 "award" from the UC Regents this month for a job well done. That brings his yearly earnings to about $1 million. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the regents approved Feinberg's bonus, along with roughly $3 million more in "incentive pay and raises" for top UC medical officials, on January 21.
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Their head basketball coach made twice that. Edumacating the kidz.
There's a simple solution: Congress should grant California the right to have its own currency. For the sake of argument, let's designate it the California Moonbeam (CMB), in honor of the state's once and current governor. It will start out as USDCMB == 1 and float thereafter, depending on holders' willingness to hold (what could be more fair than that??).
All state salaries and pensions will be in CMB. Other obligations of the State of California will unfortunately remain denominated in USD. Can't upset the interstate commerce applecart too much, you know!
Printed versions of the CMB will be available in a variety of textures and rolls, to facilitate the personal hygiene of state office holders and retirees.
Quite a few ASSISTANT college football coaches pull in over $300,000.
May God damn the governing class!
This is a state college... private colleges yes... state tax payed colleges NO
That would be all med schools on all campi.
UCLA Med Center is certainly to be envied.
More proof that the cries That California is going broke are fake.
The cries are fake.
As is the concern.
Broke? How do you define broke? I live here and business has left the state in large amounts, the state (and Los Angeles county) budgets are billions in debt. Unemployment is through the roof. Everyone I know is struggling. Everyone. Not a pretty picture.